SHAWVILLE STATION & TRANSMISSION LINE
In partnership with NRG, and while working for Greylock Midstream’s predecessor, our team competitively bid and was awarded the project to design, construct, and operate 19 miles of pipeline to feed the 588 MW Shawville Power Plant that was undergoing a conversion from coal to natural gas. The project scope included upgrading an existing interconnect with Dominion; construction of new,
16-inch, high-pressure steel pipeline; a horizontal, directionally drilled pipeline bore underneath the West Branch of the Susquehanna River; and a state-of-the-art measurement and regulation station that was co-located with the plant. This pipeline system is now certificated and under the oversight of FERC.
GREENE GATHERING SYSTEM
Our knowledgeable team has designed and constructed more than 46 miles of dry-gas gathering pipelines and four stations in eastern Greene County, Pennsylvania. These stations house more than 20,000 HP of leased and owned compression and the system's total capacity is 300 MMcf/D. Our skilled team maintains and operates these assets year-round, overseeing more than 150 MMcf/D in total system throughput and interconnects with TETCO, TransCanada, and Dominion.
GREENE WATER SYSTEM
The Greene County Water System consists of more than 21 miles of fresh-water transportation pipelines, two freshwater impoundments with more than 14 million gallons of storage, and permanent lift stations. This system is well positioned to provide fresh water necessary for the completion operations of several premier E&P companies in Greene County.